I Woke Up With A Near Migraine

So, as you can see, chapters will be late.  I am however hoping to post them today.  The funny thing is that I’m not even VAGUELY blocked.  I know exactly where the book is going now.  But Thursdays I seem to write bombastic posts and Fridays I seem to be out of sorts.  I wonder why.
Post you publication stuff in comments here.  I know I lost some last week, sorry.  I’ll try to do THAT post tomorrow morning.

12 responses to “I Woke Up With A Near Migraine

  1. Sure, get me addicted, then stop posting the chapters. 😦

    No, seriously, I hope you feel better soon.

    • I’ll post today, I promise. Normally on Friday I first post, then clean, but given the headache, I inverted those.

      • Wayne Blackburn

        Sure, that’s the way it is. You’re just taunting us and won’t admit it. 😉

      • > Normally on Friday I first post, then clean

        Amusingly, this morning I was blocked in (re)-writing, so I went on an OCD cleaning rampage.

        Psychologically, scrubbing the microwave to within an inch of its life is probably no healthier a way to relieve anxiety than, say, cutting, but it does have some nice side effects. e.g. surgically-clean microwave!

  2. I get those near migraines when the storm rolls in (or other climate changes) so you have my full sympathy–

    Right now I am working on Dark Moon Rising– the second book of EJ Hunter and friends– on Nanowrimo.

    I am continuing my chapter a week on Perchance to dream on my blog at http://scrambledsage.blogspot.com

    My last published collection is Ghostly Glimmers III, which contains five short stories. http://www.amazon.com/Ghostly-Glimmers-III-ebook/dp/B009WEYHT0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1351889094&sr=8-1&keywords=Ghostly+Glimmers+III

    Happy November to everyone!

  3. Get a bottle of tabasco, fill a teaspoon therewith, and take it. I was in Denny’s with a buddy who had a migraine coming on and no meds. Told him to take a tsp of tabasco and it stopped his migraine. Even if it doesn’t, the tabasco hurts so much it’ll distract from the headache.

    • Wayne Blackburn

      Yeah, I fell for that, “It hurts enough to distract you from the other pain” once. It just multiplies the problem.

  4. I truly understand. I’ve awakened in pain every day this past week. Sometimes the pain medication works, and I go to it. Other times it doesn’t… My wife also has migraines. She’s totally out of it until after she’s taken her migraine medication and sleeps four to six extra hours. Please take care of yourself.

    I’ve had a chance to relax a bit after finishing my last book. The more I think of it the more I believe it has a very weak finish, and I need to do a major rewrite. Maybe this weekend, while Timmy is staying with his other grandparents.